Archive for June, 2007
June 12th, 2007

Ed Halter–author, fellow Village Voice-ian, and ex-Bonnie professor (no, that is not very good English)–was kind enough to send me this link, which is not safe for work, unless your work is cool with sexy, game-related gay porn, in which case, sign me up for that job. I’m not sure why these men are mostly […]

June 11th, 2007

If it hasn’t already aired by the time you read this, remember to check out today’s Morning Show with Mike and Juliette to see me talk about cyber rape (or just make a fool of myself) on national television. Once I find a YouTube link, I’ll be sure to post it for all those Heroine […]

June 8th, 2007

Remember my middle-aged hubby in Second Life from a while ago? “Naked in a lawn chair, lol”? Yeah, that guy. Well, he’s back, and he’s the topic of this week’s “Click Me,” subtitled “Sometimes It’s Better Not To Know.” Here at Heroine Sheik, we’ve been talking about the One Laptop Per Child game jam, area/code’s […]

June 7th, 2007

Think back. Do you remember a time when Pokemon was cool? Okay, now do you remember a time when Pokemon was uncool? Now here we are, and Pokemon is cool once again. Okay, maybe not cool per se. All I know is that once Pearl and Diamond hit the shelves, my twenty-two-year-old game-designing fiance started […]

June 6th, 2007

Yohoho! No, it’s not Puzzle Pirates. Kotaku reports that big games big shot area/code is working on a version of their game Plundr for the Nintendo DS. Plundr uses WiFi to let players wander a real-life region and find digital hidden treasure. Though there’s no word about an official DS release, Heroine Sheik readers will […]

June 5th, 2007

Alice from Wonderland reports on the just-around-the-corner One Laptop Per Child three-day game jam that’s going to be taking place from June 8-10. The jam, says Serious Games Source, will bring together “hundreds of developers, educators, and artists” to “create open source educational games for the XO laptop,” which One Laptop Per Child is currently […]

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